Champion Respect. End Abuse.
Champion Respect. End Abuse.
Champion Respect. End Abuse.
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Champion Respect. End Abuse.
Prevent. Recognize. Respond.

The U.S. Center for SafeSport is an independent nonprofit committed to building a sport community where participants can work and learn together free of emotional, physical and sexual abuse and misconduct. Explore our site for training resources, help and best practices for coaches, parents, athletes, youth and amateur sports organizations in creating your SafeSport environment.

SafeSport Training for Coaches, Athletes and Amateur Sports Organizations

Interested in making a plan for your team that matches your unique goals?

UNDERSTANDING RESPONSE AND RESOLUTION

Our video series illustrates Center processes for responding to and resolving abuse and misconduct reports. We break the processes down and explain each step.

National governing Body Services and Information

If you are a member of a National Governing Body (NGB) recognized by the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee, please review your SafeSport responsibilities, commonly asked questions and recommended training. Not sure if you are a member? See if your organization is listed.

Athlete Culture & Climate Survey
This survey provides the most in-depth look to date at the abuse and misconduct landscape among U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movement athletes.
VIEW KEY FINDINGS
Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies
These policies limit one-on-one adult/minor interactions and set training and sport-setting standards that keep young athletes safe.
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Emotional & Physical Abuse Prevention
Our new Toolkit helps coaches, parents, and more prevent and address common inappropriate behaviors while supporting athlete well-being.
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Athlete Culture & Climate Survey
This survey provides the most in-depth look to date at the abuse and misconduct landscape among U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movement athletes.
VIEW KEY FINDINGS
Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies
These policies limit one-on-one adult/minor interactions and set training and sport-setting standards that keep young athletes safe.
VISIT NOW
Emotional & Physical Abuse Prevention
Our new Toolkit helps coaches, parents, and more prevent and address common inappropriate behaviors while supporting athlete well-being.
VISIT NOW
Previous
Next

NOW AVAILABLE: NGB Audit Reports

As part of our commitment to public accountability on abuse prevention in the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movement, we now regularly publish reports and corrective action statuses of National Governing Bodies in more than 50 sports on our Athlete Safety Compliance page.